HIDDEN FROM VIEW PHOTO PROMPT © Björn Rudberg By Neel Anil Panicker They shared a special bond__ Pranesh and the hills. Growing up as a child, he would spend countless hours, straddling (his less lucky city bred classmates called it climbing) the moutaineous terrains. Hopping from from one heart stopping hair pin bend onto the … Continue reading neelwrites/hiddenfromview/fridayfictioneers/shortstory/fiction/100words/21/03/2018


THE DIRTY POLITICS   By Neel Anil Panicker Small men high on power and low on intelligence Sorry slaves of their egos and masters to none. Strive hard to be cool but end up as big, fat fools Small men high on power and low on intelligence Unknown are they to the virtues of silence … Continue reading neelwritesblog/poem/triolet#12/25/10/2016


Sunday Photo Fiction – October 16th 2016 Love Is In The Air  By Neel Anil Panicker It took just a week after she had waltzed into his life for Raghav to realize what he had been missing all these years. Propped on the bed, with his head tucked into a feather light spring pillow and his … Continue reading neelwritesblog/sundayphotofiction/birdfeeder/shortstory/19/10/2016

neelwritesblog/keraladiaries/02/farewell-part 1& 2

KERALA DIARIES- FAREWELL By Neel Anil Panicker I have a confession to make. I hate farewells. Farewells are meant for those whom you would never meet, ever again. At least that’s what I make of it. I have a morbid fear of farewells. I guess it dates back to my childhood. As a child we … Continue reading neelwritesblog/keraladiaries/02/farewell-part 1& 2